The applicant shall execute the petition and take the oath before some officer authorized by law to administer official oaths (a notary public cannot do so), and return the petition to the Clerk of the Supreme Court, together with such fees or dues as provided by law or Order of the Court. Each applicant for admission to the Bar is required to answer under oath a questionnaire on forms prescribed by the Board. Should any answer be false in a material respect, the application will be rejected if the fact is ascertained before enrollment; but if enrolled, such attorney is subject to disbarment.
(237 Ark. 977, January 1963; amended by Per Curiam May 18, 1992.)